Native Nattiness: Indigenous art meets haute couture.
Imua!: It’s graduation season again, and happy parents and friends will be draping grads with maile lei.
Art Goes Pow: At this show, you can watch the art being made.
Bringing Art to Bishop Street: Fine art may be Hawaii's newest export.
Here's the winner to HONOLULU Magazine's 7th Annual Photo Contest.
The Idea Factory: R&D isn’t just a coffee shop—this new Kakaako space aims to inspire.
Realism Rises: For a growing number of local Honolulu artists, the most exciting painting techniques are the oldest ones.
HIFF Grows Up: Hawaii's biggest film festival looks a lot different than it did three decades ago.
Floating Riches: Christy Lee Rogers, who grew up in Kailua, Hawaii, produces otherworldly, mesmerizing images in “An Underwater Odyssey,” her newest body of work.
The Look Good … Feel Better program gives women with cancer the skills to reclaim their self-confidence.
Iolani Palace restores the colors of the past in the newly renovated music room.
Forget the stereotype of a bearded philosopher in a toga; this program brings critical thinking to the crayon-age set.